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Thermalright unveils the Spitfire VGA heatsink

Unique L-shaped design
By: Steve Dougherty | Video Cards News | Posted: Dec 7, 2009 4:35 am

Thermalright has unveiled a new high-end GPU cooler it calls the Spitfire which looks highly capable with its 147 (L) x 123 (W) x 154 (H) mm dimensions, weighing in at 550 grams.




The Spitfire has a nickel plated double-sided full copper base and makes use of six 6mm heatpipes for heat transfer to the massive aluminum fin array with which a 120mm or 140mm fan can be mounted to.




Compatibility is plentiful with support for GeForce 7, 8 (excluding G80 based models) and 9 series cards, as well as the Radeon HD 3800, 4800 and 5800 series cards.




The cooler's package also includes three types of heatsinks for the memory chips and VRM as well as various retention mechanisms and thumb-screws for tool-free installation along with a syringe of Chill Factor thermal goop.


Pricing and availability hasn't yet been disclosed.



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